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New Hedge-Fund Tax Dodge Triggers Wild Rush Back Into Delaware

Wall Street’s fast-money crowd is returning to well-trodden ground to elude Trump-era tax laws: Delaware.Since late 2017, hedge fund managers have created numerous shell companies in the First State, corporate America’s favorite tax jurisdiction. These limited liability companies share a common goal: dodging new tax rules for carried-interest profits through

Remington Is Planning to File for Bankruptcy

For two centuries, it has been a totem of America’s gun culture -- a name emblazoned on frontier flintlocks and U.S. Army .45s. But on Monday Remington Outdoor Co., which traces its history back to 1816, said it would file for bankruptcy protection, succumbing to a slump in business worsened by,

Yildiz Asks Banks for Biggest Ever Turkish Loan

Yildiz Holding, owner of companies including Godiva Chocolates and United Biscuits, requested the largest loan ever from Turkish banks, citing difficulties with an existing finance structure that requires it to make monthly loan repayments that can reach more than $1 billion.In a letter to 10 banks dated Jan. 29, Yildiz

Dell Has 49 Billion Reasons to Consider Going Public Again

When Michael Dell led a group taking his company considering taking the computer maker public again.What’s changed?The costs associated with carrying the billions of dollars of debt the company took on when it went private and later bought EMC Corp. Dell Technologies Inc.’s 2016 acquisition of EMC nearly tripled the

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